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22 February 2017
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MADA Fine Art Postgraduate Symposium 2017
Building S Link Theatre, S2.30
16 Feb 2017 / 9.00am to 5.30pm
MADA Fine Art Postgraduate Symposium 2017

Marcel Broodthaers, Décor a Conquest by Marcel Broodthaers, ICA London, 1975.

The 2017 Fine Art Postgraduate Symposium presents a day of papers by Monash graduate researchers working across art history and theory, curatorial and fine art practice. The papers span a broad spectrum of research and practice, but share an attention to some of the most vital and compelling aspects of contemporary life and culture.

Symposium:
16 February 2017, 9.00am – 5.30pm
Building S Link Theatre, S2.30

Cost:
Free, all welcome, please RSVP to artdes-postgrad@monash.edu

Monash University
Art, Design & Architecture
900 Dandenong Road
Caulfield East, Victoria


9.00am
Welcome

9.15–10.15am
Keynote: Agatha Gothe-Snape

10.15–10.30am
Morning Tea

10.30–12.30pm
Session 1:
• Robert Vidas, ‘An Examination of the Classical Influences upon Australian Visual Culture during the Interwar Period (1919-39)’
• Toby Miller, ‘John Vickery and Australian Abstract Expressionism’
• Channon Goodwin, ‘On Recession Art and Other Strategies’
• Marnie Edmiston, ‘Your Feedback Matters!’

12.30–1.30pm
Lunch

1.30–3.30pm
Session 2:
• David Wlazlo, ‘The Afterlife of Conceptual Art in Joseph Kosuth’s One and Three Chairs (1965)’
• Julia Lomas, ‘A Throw of the Dice: Décor A Conquest by Marcel Broodthaers at the ICA, London, 1975’
• Tim Alves, ‘Placards’
• Kym Maxwell, ‘Learning Labour’

3.30–4pm
Afternoon Tea

4–5.30pm
Session 3:
• Jared Davis, ‘Christopher L.G. Hill and the Role of the Internet in Contemporary DIY Experimental Music’
• Joel Stern, ‘Hidden Speaker, Hidden Listener’
• Andrew Atchison, ‘Baffled Befuddled Bewildered: How Might Moments of Disorientation be Proposed as Form?’

5.30-6.30pm
Closing Drinks:
MFA Exhibition, Building B, Level 6

6.30pm
Keynote:
Raimundas Malašauskas, ‘What Spills’
Building S Lecture Theatre, S2.30

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